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North Delta Sunfish swept at regionals

Blocked by North Delta Sunfish Mark Fontana, Crescent Beach’s Sage Stevens prepares to take a shot during a U16 Division Fraser South Regional water polo match Wednesday at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre. Crescent Beach won 9-4. - BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER
Blocked by North Delta Sunfish Mark Fontana, Crescent Beach’s Sage Stevens prepares to take a shot during a U16 Division Fraser South Regional water polo match Wednesday at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre. Crescent Beach won 9-4.
— image credit: BOAZ JOSEPH / THE LEADER

Crescent Beach defeated the North Delta Sunfish three times in head-to-head competition to advance to the B.C. Water Polo championships Aug. 11-13 in Kamloops.

The two clubs played three Fraser Valley regional matches last Wednesday (July 30) at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre.

Crescent Beach won the U16 game 9-4, took  the U12 game 9-6 and won the U14 contest 12-5.

 

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